My old stomping grounds
It rained all day…yet tonight the weather is mild, slightly muggy, but pleasant. There is a meaty crowd wandering around now, but they were nowhere to be seen earlier in day. A crowd of about 30 people is gathered below…as the tour guide shouts out something about our building. I can never quite make out what he is saying…although he is extremely loud. I walked out onto the balcony – looked down and then looked away. People always look up, which makes me feel uncomfortable, so I come back inside, waiting for them to move on.
Got on my bike today. Even though it was raining, I had made an appointment to drop off some of my artwork in a Bywater boutique, Bon Caster. It drizzled as I rode back into my old neighborhood. The place I landed when I first came to New Orleans. It was nice. The crap weather didn’t bother me. I enjoy the Bywater…and riding my bike along the railroad tracks. Those first months here were personally empowering and exciting. All those motivating feelings trickled over me and I was able to grab that wave again. Feels good.
I’m looking forward to the next 6 months. My gut tells me it’s going to be a wonderful chaos of creating and stacking. Abundance and inspiration, yeah, that’s it.
Busy day tomorrow, shipping: City Hall, banking, and searching for cabinet doors and wood. Currently waiting on a shipment of canvases…in the meantime, I want wood! I’m ready to paint.